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TUF A1WUS. THUK8DAY, K&VElIBEIt 2, 18SJ3.
n if! ! IV Highest ofs. in Leaveninj Ptower-Latest U. S. Gor Vfceporr. DEATH AT A BRIDGE ' saasaas.. Seven Lives Lost Through an Open Draw. TOTE Or THE B0DIE3 HECOVEBED, Tares tiring Tskea fraaa the Htraet Car That Maa Tbrawch the 0mla T Yletiaas Mill Mtsslac A WIM fttaer asvaral IVraaa at M. Luals JmhH fnMi a ItaralHg Car la ftaralty Olaer !. af Life PiiKTlAXQ. Ore., Nov. &-An electric ear f the r'.tst Side Itailwnjr mmpnny con t.tinlna Itfreen people pit! need ttirourh the draw of the Madison street bridge Into the river, twenty-five feet below. Five have been recovered, and it U believed tbat two other are at Ml at the bottom of the river. The bodies recovered are: Chat. Beckman, J. P. Anderson, Joseph Star tler, Aleaitnder Campbell and T. LWnnick. deaf mute. Those missing are Pant Oder and a boy named Albe. The draw of taa bridire had been opened to allow the Meanier tUwnod to pass through and tha Kate at both end of the draw were closed, bat the nr crashed through the Rate and plunged off tiie end of the bridge. Ilesalts at a INver'a Work. The ntorainir was extremely loam ami It tmpiwiMe for the tnotortnaa on the ear to are the Uanjr-r light on the bridge until a abort distacce from the draw. Taw track was very slippery, owing to the froat ami the brakes refused to work effectively. Xotoraiaa 11 Y. Terry aara the power waa thrown ahurtly after the car reached the east end ot the bridge, and he clair-ts that the car was running at a low rate of peed. The baakea, be say, were put on when the car was fully four pan of tuebrid from .the draw, but the wheel slid the track, and when about abn'it one spaa the draw the' motor mm ap;led the reverse brakes, Which kail no iwneMible influence on the peed of the ear. C onductor W. C. Powers aati gone forward to the final of the car ad was making n his report from the twister, when he noticed taa Impeadiatf aasif.rr. Had sa Jaasa be Tfcatr Uvea. The car was then but a few feet from the gate. Powers shouted to the passen gers to Jump fr their lives ami a general riot a Hi seraiuMa to k-et out of the car fol lowed. Nest instant the car plunged into the river. It U supposed that alt but sere a succeeded In getting out of the car. Motor tan Terry remained on the car until it and passed through the gate, then he Jumped. cucbn the rail of the bridge as he lighted, with bis feet and lower parts of is limbs hanging over the bridge. lie palled hilCself np so that bis feet were ou the bridge and was not hurt excep. by boom sligat bruises. Fag Ofesearesl Ike I (eager Lights. Immediately boats put out from shore, and two Unites found floating were picked . The president of the company, tieorge A. Steel, was notified, and immediately et about doing everything possible to facilitate the work of recovering bodies. A diver was sent down, and after several hoars work three boUies were taken out of the car wbiob lay at the bottom of the railroad brhige aerobe the Miami nver broke, and be was thrown Into the bed ot tee nver ana laiauy injured. CctMolba PiafcgsJ la Death. ClXflVX ATI Xnv A UM.pt A lr.;. aged 9, was struck a ttd dragged to death 7 aa ATvnujue car wnue on Ills way to school. 11m mantrleil IumK- n. out by bis brother Edwird, who was the conductor on the next car. I GOV. PEiNOYER ONCE MORE. Be Makes a Political Kaeara la a Tbaaka- giviag rrorlaasatlaa. SALEM. Ore.. Nov. S. Governor Pennover bas iasued the following thanksgiving proclamstinn: 'I hereby appoint the fourth Thurs day of the present month as a day of thanksgiving to t!ie Almighty God for the blessings be bm bestowed upon this com mouwealtb during the present year. God has Indeed been most beneficent to onr state ami nation. And yet unjust and ill advised congressional legislation, having naue gmu aione lull legal tender money, has no dwarfed and paralysed business that the bounties of lrovidence are now denied to hundreds of thousands of people within the national domain, who are not only without employment but also wilbont means of procuring food, raimeut, or shel ter. "While, therefore, the people ot Oreco.i return thanks to God for His g.sjdness, 1 do most earnestly recommend that they de- VOtKlvimnlnrr Him InHknnutl,. ad congress of tbaKJnited States to secure a wu oi stiver as a iuu legal lea der moaey.in accordance with the policy of the fathers of the republic, whereby our Industries may be revived and the honest toilers of tha bind may procure their daily bread, not as alms, burst tka ..r their labor." WHEN GOV. LEWELLING WEPT. After an Attorney Ha tahsrsj silk Hiss ssawr UN Irtnutj. TorCKA. Kan.. Nov. it ft. IPlTM I. TV alar. lass, speaker of the Kepu hi icaa bouse of aw winter, in bis joint debate with John L. Dunsmore. speaker of the Populist house, at Wichita Tuesdav nuht rli his speech with the declaration that the treaty of peace hetwusn t h tr kww last winter was written bv George Peck, tha famous railroad attorney, aad sbnad be Omws I..-n:.. I. . V - ,M kUB dead boar at nia-ht. As h ...!. k. declaration he waved over bis brad a bit of paper which he aUKed was the oriainal document. In making this disclosure i! ItonEl- admits, told the u-e wests EVERYTHING GOES. Hustle the Motto at the World's Fair. KovEra scans nr tee EunDnrGs. A asMMll Jke Hassswr tke Oaly Masto aaw AU (Wa KsitlMlars Anlm to Oet Away Kail way TiaekaBelag 1 ate AU Ovwe ake rwaads Kaklkits Covwrew Xatabtc to two bat the White Palaces JMway ltlcluv" CBICAOO. Nov. 2. Tha raniillrv sritk which the exhibitors are leaving tha fair Is aa aatanisMnp u int Ailuw tmmtnvm f ' the great enterprise which since the idea ot wealing ine lair in tee west was sug gested has been one loos: series of snrnrlMHi The exodus which was begun Tuesday was rainy under way by midnight, and yester day found Jackson park the busiest place in the world. Kxpress wagons piled high witn boxes oiled with goods were driven over the nark on-a irallon. Men hurried about and the drives were filled with heavy trucks and moving vans. Long rows of wagons were backed up to all the build ings and exhibits were hems; loaded as fast as possible. Rat Um Thing te Look at. In the department of transportation there was a scramble for first place. Already loaded freight cars are being sent out of toeyaros. xue exninitors all waut tbeir goods shipped at the same time and the confusion of tonuuea and bad t-inner f all nationalities is enough to drive Chitf llolcomb wiliL, He. however, is too busv signing permits for the removal ot goods to oe ann jycit. and is flispaicbing as much business in the line of removal as wasdone in a wet-K insiM inrsiintinn ir mi. n. Thers is lint nni. nt I h. timitiriM . ik. tkat remains intact, and that is tha incom parauie uispuiy oi arvnicecture. It re mains and will remain Iiifuuim t nm mnA is a lesson in loveliness. Make Way far the Loeoasotive. In a few ii aV flu. liimimil iv with l train of cars trill be at the eul ranee of all tbe buildings. Track-laying has already begun. The packers' hammers within the walls of all the t?Tmt tjtnirtusM rMn,inl In Machinery hail workmen are busy tak "K ore K"-si cuKiues mat supp:ieu lurht and nniwr. tn.-i villi ; hnu intricate machines Mu-.t the great engines operated. 1 be fair is passing; an army of men is vuy anu tneir command is "move tirely to visitors and tbuse yet open have nnwin uniwi snwsa sue eanioita. Tbe lights are out; tbe show is fading away. MUw.. I. SM MsriArl m On the Midway there bi a howling kick, which will find Its way into the courts. The fiat of the director general that all miMl rliM. MiMlMl Tk. V rim Mkl Deoola are doinir some of the kicking and mm hkmu vy wim UL I He ocneTO. The greet American injunction will proba bly play a Dart in the same before it is ended. The sale of tickets at tbe Ferris wheel has been stopped, and tbe matter baa been nut in the bands of lAnm Th. concessionaires claim that that miilarsv U part of tbe park system, and the fair man- BIG FAILURE AT OES MOINES. : But Peck says be Violated a compact that tbe names of lb iMn. i... . wwv nri;(ii i- ted the treat v ! f h. . .... I der Which it was signed should never lie ! C Assigns far the UeaeBt of His vveaieii. I no treaty was entered into be- s-eeoitars. tween 1 and 9 o'clock in tbe morning of I Moines, la., Xov. 2 James. C. Sa m asls 1? sa at. as . . . ii , vBiwiawa Binei, wbere Irck very bm made an aafeiprnnieDf for tbe ben labored with the gotrgriint !. f n- k. i . urrenderol themselves at ths poUceatiT , Eau Claire. Wi... hi Uoa, and were released on their own re-1 cf,rea PT of tbe manifesto ad.p: 1 I the anan.'hUt niMf Inn k.i.t i.. nn. cogaisancea. WILO STEER t Btasllr LOOSE AT ST. LOUIS. tmm INker Pi rsnas. ST. Lncis, Nov. . A wild steer of tbe Texas variety got loose here and in a dash through the streets badly gored Officer William Tieraey. tossed John Man a and Grade Kelly, knocked down several other people and badly frightened probab!y a thousand. Tbe animal escaped " from a butcher in lite vicinity of Jefferson venue and Howard street. It ran down Howard street. Just at tbe time tbe Children were coming from the schools in the neigbborbooil. aad the streets were crowded with them. Tbe mad animal, frightened with tbe cries of tbe children, ran with its bead down, right aad left over a district com arising several city blocks. During itsca- teer toe steer was loiiowed by several po lios onlcers who Bred at it whenever a chance to do so offered without endanger- law too lives ot ine people on tbe street. When at tbe corner of Franklin aad t.'or Win avenue the animal was killed by tbe bullets of several policemen and citizens. Of tbe injured those mentioned by name were quite seriously br.it; the others were s- able to get away without assistance. Wilt Resalt la Two Iteaths. 'wnKT, Me., Xov. a As J. II. Young, bis wife, and daughter Jennie, aged 19, ot Corinne, were crossing tbe Dexter railroad with a double team at Young's Crossing, one mile north of tbe village, they were struck by tbellnver train going south. Miss Young was instantly killed. Mrs. Young was fatally injured, and Mr. Young had a leg and several ribs broken. The liawekls Leaped Is Death. Liswls, Xeh., Xov. i A Journal Special from Slant on. Neb., says that an immigrant cur on the Klkhorn railroad With three inmates named Trout father, mother and danglitcr-look fire ami they were oUiKsd to Jump. Tbe daughter was killed. The car with tbeir household goods and live stock was burned. taooreu witn tbe governor an hour to im press upon bim that there would be trouble unless the matter was settled. At the conclusion of peck's talk the tears streaming from the governor's eves and be readily sigaed tbe agreement giv ing the IX.uk Us bouse undisturbed posses sion of representative ball. efit of bis creditors. lie has been in large business enterprises in XewYork city; Iiutte. Mint., and lies Moines. Mr. Wa rner, the assignee, says: Mr. Svrv'a as signment is voluntary. The liabilities ot tbe American Kuiigraut company, of New York, of which lie is guarantor, are said to ue aixKii re,ui. .nr. .-.ivery nas no debts outside of this. "The difficulty of realizing npon his as sets consequent upon the panic made it necessary to protect bis creditors by a gen era! assignment. Mr. Savery is confident Tke Auvrklu Sf-t. MlLWAlklli. Xov. S. Carter L James, has re- tlfM.1 . the anarchist meeting held iu The Times that be has abundant property to meet his ' "k"! du last. Tbcre I iiaoumes anu leave mm a good surplus." is ptning new in It. The claim is made 1 Mr. Witmer liied a bond for Hi.O"0 and that tbe I 'hiImI t.H i :n . . i . . - I - . itu.cruuieu IS a I i reiura an aiijtraiaemeuv OI lue assets failure; that its iws violate everv priii-1 as soon as t he necessary information can clple of equs!;:y-one all wrong lnw being 1 " obtained. the patent law; that labor is the producer I f all wealth and entitled to the fruits of ConUtmed by the Heaate. ite product and ti at occupancy of land is j WAsnisuTos, Xov. S. Tbe senate has the only warrant for possession thereof. j confirmed the following nominations: Ed win r.ini.oi Aiicnimn. tn im .. secretary of state; Meredith Kidd, of In- s Death. ST. Units Nov. 3. -Fire destroyed a lodgiag boose on the eoraerof Cbestant Wd Commercial streets. Uae lodger, asms nakaowa, was buraed todeatb. The i ispsiis ia saw notice staiea that sev I were banssd, but kster reaortesbow tall bat aasisBsasBsd. Tka aaoaaial asm hy tae M was ami ' lUiraia, a, fa. I, Tmtirday Win Jmw Seaesd was w irate, tbe Qs- aYw gmaKTam aJttl IZOiiMBOii Tke Cjartls Jar, Bribery Case. Sax Fkasuxco, Xov. The prelimin ary examination of Frauk McManus and Bute Senator Dunn ou tbe charge of brib ing tbe Jury which acquitted Actor M. B. Curtis has been commenced. Mrs. Curtis testified that tbe defendants had made propositions to ber to fix the jury, but that W,'7,DrTcr pivpn ny cucournRemeut. . It 1"f,,',c'u"i,ttorney, testilietl that tbe defendants bad approached hint with a proposition to injure four of the Jurors for acquittal. They wanted Mujun tor ibis purpose, but were denied. Beeclplsof tka Uavetaaseat. WASI1IX0TON, Xov. i-The receipts of the government from all sources during October were ftM,5M,aw and the expemli tures.SM8.Tl The receipts since July 1 have been 103.Es,81S. and tbe exnen.li. tures l',01!MSIi. The receipts from Ju'y 4 ftafbia As. a sa . . .. iw, iu vfci. oi. were i:ni,N7,W.s and the ex Dendi tures l?r "jx n.n ti.. f.i,:. . , -,J" Auciniiiuu off In receipte during tbe first four months m tue present nciti year as comreu with last year has lieen approximately li,O0O,i wu in customs aud tT.ww.00l) iu iu ternal revenue. Of laterest t Fnttvrnal Haeieiies. EPIUNUFICLli. Ills.. Xov. A .1.. Cision banded down liy tbe supreme court in the case of the Railway Passenger and Freight Conductors' Aid and Uenevolent Benefit association against Kobinson af firms that tbe association had nn pit lit I. reject a clalra for insurance which had been carried In good faith and the asses.. rata Mid. It also holds that r,i,t...i insurance comnanies ran Iaui- tr- payment of insurance in tbe county wbere elk. - : .1 . Hff VeMltUasAlb ITwiUrB, St. Aaotksr V leties af a W BATTUt CkUK. lli-fa K e -U. awbart Vaaee. of Simons. Oat., who -.. Mimd la the wrack ken, died at tbe Nicholas bosaital. Tkis makm twmtty tlfto TiSlliiU Iroai Uic collisioa. at at. Amis. Lovm, Nov. . -George K. Oylere. busiaeas under tbe firm name of ik Geomas ht. fkrlae (Tananan of carriagsa aad farm implements, has aasmassesis iot me neaeat ot cred itors, i diana, commissioner to negotiate with tbe uw civmzeu inues oi jnuians: Henry C. Morris, of Illinois, consul at Ghent, Bel gium. Postmasters: Indiana Silas J. Brandin, at Auburn; Patrick Dillon, at Haughville. Illinois Keuben J. Rush ing, at Pinckneyville; John A. St. Clair, at Benton; Henry C. Feltman, at Salem. Last Bites Over Mayor Harrlsoa. Chicago, Xov. 4 It was dark when the casket cuntaiuiug the remains of Mayor Harrison was nlaced on its bier in th. chapel of Gmcelnnd cemetery. The crowds uii tuv hitcis pan ueiayeu tne i line raj cor tege, and the last services were held by the light of a single smoky oil lamp. Figures were indistinguishable, and only tbe out lines of the bier could be seen as the Kev. Dr. Morrison pronounced the words: "Earth to earth, asbes to ashes, dust to dust." Increased Activity at Pittsburg. PlTTsBCUu, Xov. 2. There is increased activity amoug the mills over last week and it hi asserted that fully 15,000 more men are at work in tbe various factories of Allegbaney county than were engaged in wage earning on the first of October. There is not an idle mill along tbe south side river front at present for the first time in six months. The Harder at Caataia Hsdherg. Chicago, Nov. a Lieutenant Maney, who fatally shot Captain Alfred Hedberg at Fort Sheridan, will h trUA k .1 .: , VJ MIBHHII authorities. He is at liberty on narole and appears to tb'.nk with most of his brother officers that the killing of tbe captain was perfectly Justifiable. Mrsterksas Case of Poisoning. Louisville. Nov. i-Un e. c-.u and her son Averv. livinr at nzs.!. atrmt, in this city, have been mysteriously mbamed. Tlusu im - - . . coddltioa is critical. The affair is shrouded a me use past mystery. Lib arty Boll at Tlnilaasll ClxciKVATt, Xov. t The IJberty kaU wttk its distingnsibed escort arrrred at Pennsylvania depot here yesterday after BOOB. Qntc a rrnwd astla ml TWaa quetted last Ighu J0HX8TOWX, Pa Not. . Tka Joba soa Iron eompaay, which baa been ran lag all sammer on half time, has re sented operation oa doable tarn. Tbe com pany employes from 1.500 to 8,000 men, Tka resamprioa practically means marked revival of business at tbe Cam bria boa works, which depends on tha Johnson couyaany for many ot its orders lor steel. Springfield, Ills.. Nor. a, Jadge Allen. m tke united btates circuit court, by eon- tent of tbe parties concerned, has issued a decree releasing the Litchfield, Carrolltoo and Western railroad from tbe receivers of the Jacksonville Southeastern, and sur rendering we road to Vice President Henry . Carroll. Heakaadaf a Day a Laaatie. Kansas City, Not. a Irving W. Co burn and Ida B. Quintal went to Inde pendence and were married. Co burn re fused to pay the fee of the justice who periormed the ceremony. He is now a raving lunatic. It is not known what be came of the bride ot a day. Too Mack Foal ball for Them. New Bbcxswick, X. J, Nov. a The faculty of Rutgers college have forbidden the football team to make their trin ..t. on account of all but two of the members of me eleven oeing neblnd in their studies. In consequence of this decision the annual fall field day will be abandoned, and it to thought the team will be disbanded. Raw lagalls Views the Sitaatiea. Wilkesbakiie, P Xov. 2. -Ex -Senator Ingalls lectured here before 2,000 people. In an interview be said: "Hard times are not the outcome of the silver discussion. Lack of money is the cause. The people need lots of cold anil Bilruv I mm ... and-out biiuet-illUt." Tke Weather We Mav Eidkl WasHINOTOV- V.w - TI,- i - . .timmiuK are the weather indications for tsnmty-fonr hours i risr inuiana 4ieneral- iv fairwentliHr. with - r-vsssasssss WAUll.- colder tfaiorrorr. For lUiuots unonil y ams wrttiri saliu WriB mOOintTiy Winds, lOi- ItTwed by loeaJ Hbowr uud niucU colder Veather lhii riniT ..; ,!, 1 i . m ssssaaua. stUU WalKIS Miifrintr to wraterly. For Unwvr MicMiraa-- wtiut-isMij amii sAtKi utrr; MoutDoriy winds: K-arn .. Im ue . . 1 by local . s in the aft e noon or lonibt; wmwraiiiing wwieny un colder touiiTht. far Wifsrotii(mas?sspuiitT tmi. . ....1 1 a. ' wstswAAICT, UU liffbt local muoiv. prolwb.e in Bortb western potion; TsimUiihiniiiBto northwesterly with iiw rpLatsti n tp fist il.i.ii 1.. 1 .1 . - . . i 2ZT a - -".savsAAs vuiucr sAHUKQC I - r aas.asss SSASI WraiUtT, UUl IllUt 1 wwera; pnmaiju- njr ttx westerly windii a..wa., wiU-i , iLm.iwaiore wui tail to r trceKins toniUt. rVcekfL th NlatlillsAin nf NnanM charged with gettitag awny with about fl.. csw.wv ui uiaer people ' mooey.tbfough bis uiivnbiua u& me ew superior stand and linproTement Co.. and otbt -ntPTiiiaaw has arrived at New Orleans in cxxry& of w vmuuw. 11D UCU SO 1 TT11I tUCa, Somebodv on Hallosra'an nalnl statue of a horse on the Lake Front foun- uua at cvauston. ills., a brfarht red. This space is reserved for the Wilt Hislsr, Sctantser Dry Gccds Co. 217-217J W. Second St., IAVKxroi!T THEY ARE BARGAINS A car load of handsome bed room suits going at the following prices. Airiusements. Rcrtis 0;:ra I.'::s3, DAVENPORT- ONE SIfiXT, Saturday Night, Nov. 4. Engagement of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Drew, Iresentinr MRS. JOHN DREW In Sheridan. Great Comedy, -THE RIVALS- SnDDSr.eil bv tse rs'lnainf. m-n b im.. mT"-eiuney Airew, jars. ueo. Osborn. Mr. Pidnry Drew, Mr. (hss. Grin Ver ncir. Prank f Min c- . . I'MUl pt'm. Si i.i . r.i i i a. ... ..' -.t-.lb ' fmlla nf BaWalfei TtinssvUs- Vas n rTSt i Ho7. """"" Bcrtis 0?:ra K:.s3, wscrn w 4iAs sV Vab A a Monday Evening, Nov. 6. Special enjjasremcnt Of the distinguished Ameiiean Tragfdinn Mr. Walker Whiteside, Sii orted by s Powerful, Lc gltimste Van psny in his grand Impersonation of An entire Semis Production. Prirsei im ftn . ... Pl"ke's. ! iesi St Suits worth 15 00 go at " 20 00 25 00 27 60 SO 00 35 00 40 00 12 5.i 15 W 1 Xl I'll I HI 25 00 2T 5.i o0 or Remember we have only one car load to dis pose of at the above manufacturer's prices. GLEMAMfJ G SAlZMAEm 1625 and 1527 Second Avenue. 124 123 and IS Sixteenth Srwi Light on the Subject. Read these prices and you will be enlightened. Rice Root Scrub Brushes.. Store Brushes.. .". Hair Brushes Cloth Brushes Hair Curlers Kirk's Turkish Bath Soap. . .. 6c .. 7c .. Cc ..13c .. 5c .. 3c Kirk's JimJHum Soap !. Kirk's Juvenile Soap Tinware, Glassware, Cliinri ware. Lamps, and an ".;': less variety of Honsi-hoM necessities. Geo. H. Kingsbury .FAIR ASK AKT S10P. M Z I . 00 O s" I O H 3 t J I lc : 12 1 .-2Sa BEE HIVE! d RAND display of Cloaks and Mil linety this week, showing all the very latest novelties of the season, and prices that defy com petition. Everybody should see these goods before buying. Bee Hive, 114 W. 2d St, : Davenport. i A s